Evan Haning, wtop.com
In the three years Gwyneth Paltrow spent writing her cookbook, "My Father's Daughter," she was also publishing an online newsletter, Goop.com.
This "lifestyle" site is divided into six overlapping categories: Make, Go, Get, Do, Be and See.
It contains a personalized exercise routine she credits for getting her in shape for Iron Man 2, as well as sightseeing recommendations in such diverse destinations as Marrakesh, Nashville and Hong Kong.
Some critics have savaged Paltrow's site, calling it shallow and self-centered. What gives this great looking, fit, multi-talented multimillionaire the right to tell us how to exercise?
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